The evening sky is brightened by a waxing moon. The waxing slow build-up to the full moon of 8th March is accompanied by a shining Jupiter and, for the early evening at least, by Venus which rides low in the southern sky and sets at around eight o’clock. The skies are clear at first but, as we walk round the village mist builds up and what sounds there
are start to deaden. A contact call from a Tawny Owl, the only creature that announces
it’s presence and the sweet smell of wood smoke beckons us home.

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